Scotty T Slammed Over ‘Terrible’ Panto Performance In Leeds

Scotty T’s acting career hasn’t got off to the most flying of starts, it would appear.

The Geordie Shore star is currently appearing in pantomime in Leeds, playing Prince Charming in the Rose Theatre’s production of Snow White.

And whilst he might well have the looks of a Prince Charming, his acting abilities have left fans fuming – with some members of the audience walking out midway through the performance.

One member of the audience slammed the entire gig – claiming that there were heaps of technical issues and that Scotty’s performance was below par. Taking to Twitter, she wrote: “Yeah, honestly it’s the worst thing I’ve witnessed he can’t act or dance at all and the mics kept going off.

‘They’ve cancelled tomorrow morning show to rehearse they need to cancel the full thing!!’

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Another mother claimed that her daughter had been reduced to tears after the show: 'Tonight’s show has been awful, I really hate to say this but the sound has been bad, mics not working which meant the cast lost the crowd from the start… not enough interaction…the crowd not being kept under control, kids running riot, security cant control them( not that they should have to but they are not even in the theatre).’

'My daughters have been in tears because couldn’t hear some points! I really hope this is first night blip! Gutted we came to this show and not one later on.’

Others claimed that Scotty was also lip-synching his way through the musical numbers.

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But it seems that some fans of the Celebrity Big Brother winner were pretty pleased with the show – praising the star on Twitter. 'Lauren’ wrote: 'whaaaay you smashed it tonight. You and your sword, loving it in Leeds’, whilst another claimed the show was 'amazing’.

Dividing opinion only one night in, eh? Maybe leave it another few months before you start pitching for that Oliver Award, huh?

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